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June 22, 2016updated 17 Jan 2017 4:07pm

What is FaceTime?

What is the biggest difference between Skype and FaceTime?

By Ellie Burns

Developed by Apple, FaceTime is a video telephony product available on supported devices that run iOS and Mac computers running Mac OS X 10.6.6 onwards.

Announced by Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the 2010 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, FaceTime works by connecting two supported devices to enable one-on-one video chat.



How is FaceTime different from Skype? Find out on the next page.

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